Thursday, 3 August 2017

Technologically challenged

The typical hotel TV experience...

(We are staying overnight in Moffat, en route to Nottingham to see Human Granny.)


  1. Bertie it looks like all your needs for the night are taken care of. I gather you will be catching up on your nature and scientific programs as you are in control of the remotes. Give human granny hugs and cuddles from me. Safe Travels

  2. Oh no - Mom hates lots of remotes. Abby Lab

  3. Just keep pressing all the buttons
    Lily & Edward

  4. Hari OM
    BOL... oh Bertie lad... I feel like that when I am staying with the father in Auld Reekie... he too has three of the infernal pushbuttonthingamejigglies and I can never get his multiboxes to work! Moffat is a grand wee too. Safe travels and special waggles for HGY. Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

  5. Just don't chew em - apparently dat are frowned upon!

  6. I say curl up and have Gail read you a nice book! Enjoy your visit with HG!!
    Jakey and Arty

  7. Bertie - Lets hope the shower controls are easier to use.

  8. Bertie, my human hasn't got a clue how to work the remotes, so we never get to watch any TV at all. Don't you think it's about time there were some special lessons for those oldies who are technically challenged?

    Inca xx

    1. Gail recently read that when Mick Jagger goes to a hotel these days the one thing he always demands in advance is detailed written instructions on how to operate all the devices!

  9. Crikey Bertie ... don't even attempt it, mate!! Those things NEVER work. Just snuggle up on that big bed with Gail. That's always a winner.. Have a nice visit with human Granny. I hope she's keeping well.

  10. Bertie my Dad would 100% agree with you on hotel remotes...jumpin' catfish. I bet it took you and Gail both to figure it out
    Hugs to HG from your bfff
    Madi and mom

  11. BOL! SHE would just skip the television and read...

    Once as a casual teacher in first grade, SHE tried to adjust the airconditioner with the remote and couldn't get it to work. Then a kind child pointed out SHE had the TV remote!

  12. Oh, 3 controls. That can be a challenge!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley